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# What is complex number

Numbers such as integer,rational number e.t.c that we have been using so far are called real numbers.They can be used to count with or measure distances ,time e.t.c Such as: 22=4, (-2)2=+4 (4)=+/- 2 In other case such as solving x2+1=0 or x2=-1 This has no real solution but by introducing the symbol j=(-1) We can write as x =+/- j The object j is sometimes called imaginary number and is an example of a complex number. There is ,however nothing imaginary about it. While it certainly not represent a quantity in the normal sense that a real number such as 2 does. Having defined it as above it now allows us to write down the solution of any quadratic equation.

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## The Argand diagram

A complex number may be represented pictorially on rectangular or Cartesian axes. The horizontal (or x) axis is used to represent the real axis and the vertical (or y) axis is used to represent the imaginary axis. Such a diagram is called an Argand diagram. the point A represents the complex number (3+j2) and is obtained by plotting the coordinates (3, j2) as in graphical work.

## Addition and subtraction of complex numbers

Two complex numbers are added/subtracted by adding/subtracting separately the two real parts and the two imaginary parts.

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## The Argand diagram

Multiplication of complex numbers is achieved by assuming all quantities involved are real and then using j2 = - 1 to simplify.

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Complex conjugate
The complex conjugate of a complex number is obtained by changing the sign of the imaginary part. Hence the complex conjugate of a + jb is a - jb. The product of a complex number and its complex conjugate is always a real number.

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## Division of complex numbers

Division of complex numbers is achieved by multiplying both numerator and denominator by the complex conjugate of the denominator.

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Complex Equations
If two complex numbers are equal, then their real parts are equal and their imaginary parts are equal. Hence if a + jb = c + jd, then a = c and b = d.

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## Polar form of a complex number

Let a complex number Z be x+jy as shown in the Argand diagram below. Let distance OZ be r and the angle OZ makes with the positive real axis be .

From trigonometry, x = r cos and y = r sin Hence Z = x + jy = r cos + j(r sin ) = r(cos + j sin ) Z = r(cos +j sin ) is usually abbreviated to Z = which is known as the polar form of a complex number.

r is called the modulus (or magnitude) of Z and is written as mod Z or IZI. r is determined using Pythagoras theorem on triangle OAZ

Determine the modulus and argument of the complex number Z = 2 + j3, and express Z in polar form

## Multiplication and division in polar form

E De Moivres theorem
From multiplication of complex numbers in polar form, (r) (r) = r22 Similarly, (r)(r)(r)=r33, and so on. In general, De Moivres theorem states: [r]n =rnn The theorem is true for all positive, negative and fractional values of n. The theorem is used to determine powers and roots of complex numbers.

## Roots of complex numbers

From the Argand diagram shown below the two roots are seen to be 180 apart, which is always true when finding square roots of complex numbers.

In general, when finding the nth root of a complex number, there are n solutions. For example, there are three solutions to a cube root, five solutions to a fifth root, and so on. In the solutions to the roots of complex number, the modulus, r, is always the same, but the arguments, , are different. It is shown in the example that arguments are symmetrically spaced on an Argand diagram and are (360/n) apart, where n is the number of the roots required. Thus if one of the solutions to the cube root of a complex number is, say, 520, the other two roots are symmetrically spaced (360/3), i.e. 120 from this root and the three roots are 520, 5140 and 5260.

The exponential form of a complex number Certain mathematical functions may be expressed as power series.